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  • Birthday 11/09/1976

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    In a van down by the river!
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    Board gaming, Painting minis, Playing Guitar, Concerts, Video Games, Comics Books, Reading: Conan, Lord of the Rings, Dark Tower, Game of Thrones, Dune. Cyberpunk, Steampunk, Bablylon 5, Star Trek, Collecting Diecast Robot toys, Micronauts, Shogun Warriors/Mazinger, Microman, Harry Potter, old school Horror movies, Doctor Who, Music (I still buy CDs), Godzilla, Art.

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  1. Either because I didn't have photo paper or the printer is not very high quality, it's just came out that way.
  2. Really like the color. Nice to see something different.
  3. Wizards of the Coast D&D metal model. From the year Two-Thou-sand (you have to say it like Conan O'Brien) Rescued from the Island of Lost Pewture, (aka my friends rpg storage shed) and painted up. I love his goggles, I don't think you see enough of those on wizard minis. I can see a fireball coming.
  4. It's too bad these aren't around anymore. I recently painted the gorilla king who caught my eye while trolling through a friend's box of castaways. The mad druid set looks interesting too.
  5. "Paizo" carved on the bottom, from the early 2000's. I don't know much more than that.
  6. Very cool for a display and you can switch out the minis when they get boring to look at after a while. I like.
  7. Thanks! Mostly just eyeballing the layers, to see if I should go a bit brighter. More of a judgement call on when to stop. Reapers color triads are good but usually missing an in between color or brighter highlight. Most of the time I am using 4 variations of a color for highlighting and maybe a glaze to get them blended nicer. I don't have time for smooth blends. It usually comes down to something working nice or something not and working to fix it if any of that makes any sense. :) Thanks! I struggle with basing and wish I could do more. I knew I wanted a contrast between life and death and was hoping it would not be to much green where the dragon would end up being lost.
  8. Thanks, pandemic ruined our game night. Luckily we can still play online, but we don't use the models that way. Thanks, bit of an experiment with the red. I used the citadel spiritstone red gemstone gloss. Although it covered my pink highlights, visually it looked really gruesome too me. So I decided to use a lot of it (at some point I was committed to it) It is clear so my highlights still helped with the effect.
  9. This was going to be my Venomfang from the Lost Mines of Phandelver Campaign eventually zombified. Sad it won't hit the table. Took me almost 2 months. Forgot how much time larger size models take me to complete. Exhausted, but I may have one more in me by the end of the year.
  10. This creepy witch has it all and I didn't even know it when I purchased. Witches hat...check. Frog (on top of witches hat)...check Bat and broom in hand... check, check She also came with a cauldron and a cat! but they didn't make it onto the model's base. Most likely they will be used for game scenery later. The coven I planned on using until our game night was taken away by the pandemic.
  11. Been away for too long, need to catch up on viewing the painted goodness here on Reaper. Working on something fairly large, but taking breaks here and there with smaller models. Even though I am painting these for a friend, these dragonkin models really call to me.
  12. Figured it out, the ruined house is from Euphoria Games (Resina Planet)
  13. Didn't know the bear would be so popular :) He is a rescue bear from a friend I did some painting for. When I first met him, I thought he was the only person on the planet with a room full of boxes of naked metal. He mentioned requesting his grave be filled in with them but doesn't want to poison the earth. I traded him a couple of models for what felt to me like a toys r us shopping spree in that room. The bear came from that spree. I was planning on using it alongside the reaper female gnome riding on a bear model. So when she was off the bear, he would have his own attack model. The model ruined house looked 3d printed, from the hatched lines that I am used to seeing on those types of models. It came with a ruined tower I painted up. If you can identify the tower, you may be able to figure out who made the house.
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